18 Burst results for "Harvey Korman"
"harvey korman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Caller that I took before I had to go news and commercials and whatnot. His name was wrong. And he mentioned A mutual friend of ours. Mel Simon's I'm gonna be filling in for Dan Ray next week, Wednesday night, Thursday night and Friday night. Office times and radio to get guests But I achieved the impossible. I will have Mel. Came Meyer on next Wednesday. Next Thursday. I'm going to have on Chris Korman, who wrote a book about his dad, Harvey Korman. And as well, I've got Gary Summers and Dr Rhonda Good, Dale. They will be my guests for Thursday, a Christmas night. I will have one Bob wife. I said Chris Coleman. He will be on Christmas night, not Christmas Eve and Dean Johnson, former talk host here in BC and then the Morgan Show. That four days in a row. Frustrate you say you missed me. Here's your chance to make up for it. And Barbara Feldon is with me right now. Let's take Lisa in Boston. She has been holding for 11 minutes. Lisa. Hello. Hello, Morgan. Welcome back. Thank you. Oh, so And Barbara Feldon. I love you. Thank you have this show. But remember, that commercial you did wasn't a perfume commercial? No, it was four Top breast hairdressing for rev alone. And you rolled around in the leopard. On, um Battery Ken Drug testing room. Which is not very rude, you know, politically correct these days. You could never do that commercial today for sure. When in danger. Everything stood up. Everybody loved that. I said Jesus was this lady. You know you're fabulous. Okay, that was that was memorable. Oh, thank you so special so special that I could see it now my head. Well when everyone was Yeah. Tigers. You know who you are. Wow. I love everything. I wish you the best happy all the days. Thank you. I wish you the same. Are you staying in mostly staying safe? I work Oh, what do you do? I work in a liquor store that they don't go out of business. No, no, that's an essential, you know, Actually, I'm not afraid of it. I wouldn't get the flu shot either. That's my opinion. Okay? I wouldn't get all right where you wanted to say I'm always be open. And I'm always tells me I never get sick. Well, let's see you stays the same. You gotta get a good audiences smoked or anything like that. You know what I mean? I don't know. Yeah, explain. So you live in New York. I live in New York. Yeah, all right. All right, so happy to talk with you. I won't keep you but happy New Year everything. Please don't go yet. Barbara. Tell us about your book. Yeah. Yeah, I wrote this book called Living Alone in loving it a number of years ago. And it was, uh because I When I first lived alone, I didn't like the idea and then I grew to love it and I just wanted to share You know that experience and how you could make that interesting life And when this hit? I mean, I thought Oh, my God. Can I pry all that to what we're going through now? Because they was certainly not written for this kind of isolation. And that actually, I took my own good advice and reached out to friends through them and phoning and Um and I worked on a lot of projects and creative things, and I've really been just fine being, you know, being decisive lated. Chris. You in touch with people all the time working in the store your eye. But you have to get out. You have to get out and have fresh air. It just seems healthy and keep your weight down with you. I'm sure you do. And that Z. I do. I have a have a stationary bike and a rowing machine in which I use every day. So, Yeah, I've been getting plenty of exercise and vitamin D three. I take two or three a day 2000 units, each one and a. Yeah, That's not vitamin D D. Yeah, that's good. And in the end, you know big for you. I won't get sick. There's nobody around the except what I'm working and nobody gets sick. Well, there's a plastic Chic between you and customers True. Well, you have the plexiglass. You We all wear masks. You have to. You have to know we have to close at 9 30 instead of 11 because the governor, Baker said. I don't know what happens after 10. I know you, mark. Remember? I met you with Rex Trailer memorial to see right now on my wall. Of Rex is sitting and standing holding a microphone. All right. There's the is that photo I loved him. I loved him. I loved him already. Go to California with him at the time that I met you that time and I had a three Stooges on you said I like your shirt. Yeah, well, there you go. Yeah, I gotta let you go. So I get some other people's love you and I love Mel Simon's I met him. It's Paul Anka two years ago. Not the best one. The other one is gonna be on with me on the Dan ratio Next Wednesday night side. I know I heard you. I won't miss up. Try try to call in the other day they have the time. But I'll try to get earlier. Okay. All right. Thank you, Barbara so much. I love you. You're so special. Lovely talking to you. Happy holidays Who is next?.
"harvey korman" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast
"Ahead and go with an a. Gene the the difference lies in some some some semantic qualifications here qualifications harvey korman might ask And the semantic is the difference between audit and recount and audit requires inspection beach individual ballot. That's what trump has been asking for. That's what his lawyers have been asking for or taking the entire trunch of ballots that came in via mail or they don't even know how they got hundreds of thousands of them Digital media file here today from Who is there from the same woman. You're talking about talking about how. That box has a bunch of ballots in it and it has no creases. There were never folded. How in the hell did they get here via mail if there were never folded you. You can't send an eleven by seventeen. Bill like that through the mail as a ballot expected to arrive out of being on crumpled up and stuff. That's why they have folded and a half and safety seal. It woman goes those aren't they don't have creases on them..
"harvey korman" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"Ahead and go with an a. Gene the the difference lies in some some some semantic qualifications here qualifications harvey korman might ask And the semantic is the difference between audit and recount and audit requires inspection beach individual ballot. That's what trump has been asking for. That's what his lawyers have been asking for or taking the entire trunch of ballots that came in via mail or they don't even know how they got hundreds of thousands of them Digital media file here today from Who is it from the same woman. You're talking about talking about how. That box has a bunch of ballots in it and it has no creases. There were never folded. How in the hell did they get here via mail if there were never folded you. You can't send an eleven by seventeen. Bill like that through the mail as a ballot expected to arrive out of being on crumpled up and stuff. That's why they have folded and a half and safety seal. It woman goes those aren't they don't have creases on them..
"harvey korman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A great time speaking at two with with two men that I've interviewed before I've got Joe Martel former Boston morning rock if you don't mind the word and I'm speaking with Chris Gorman who is the son of Harvey Korman and they are just having a great time German so this group so more time with Joe but I've got full line so don't no I won't I won't keep Germany more windows which are you accusing does wonderful comments about my father Joe just a tremendous tremendous talent and thank you he and Tim wars unbelievable with Carol Burnett just a tremendous talent and I'm so glad to speak with you turn to you because it's about some turn somebody wrote a book about this show I'm glad you did because I was losing my mind if somebody had not you know because you did what you want about Vegas I mean this is all the other great sorrow I thought Spencer will be captured in anyways I think what was much better afternoon people getting credit for his chemistry with every parks was off the charts never work together but what I think is interesting is that Tom Sawyer and Robert do that TV movie pilot told born child yeah yeah the pilot and my cousin was in that movie no kidding are you sure you're already talking you don't have a copy of that to you I'd love to I'd love to see bunco I've never seen the the pilot if I get a hold of it I will give it to you I will find it for you I would love to have a copy of that Chris thank you so much sorry this has been a pleasure all which are you already Johnson you just I can live in one go with my cousins what a family tree you have yes it's great harmonies he was a I was in therapy by now but I just saw your crime some reason for all that you right hello I am going to okay no let's stay in touch I will I will I will do for you and for your smoking in the order summary that connects you it's really easy I'm going right now it still Martel at AOL dot com please drop me a line all right Chris okay I I love you more you need at all for that bunker for you thank you Chris I appreciate it thank you could use it at all Bob but didn't get a lot of credit he deserved you didn't translate well according to those in and higher ups in Hollywood that make film because he loved his family he loved acting but he loved his family more and I think he turned down a lot a lot of work that maybe he shouldn't have passed on and on is he he really didn't get the credit he deserves and I hope people will will read the book and and enjoy what I what I put together on Bob yeah I think what really makes the book special if I can just say this is it I took Bob's personal journal so a lot of the book of his own words so and one of the people that read it one of the critics quote unquote so it's like having Bob back with us and what and to me I you know he'd pull me over I city thank you so much for saying that because that's exactly what I want people to take away from this book but Bob is right here telling his story because it is a story right now what's really going back to the phones and we have a story to tell you about Marvin Hagler by the way arm about mom marvelous Marvin Hagler Arbel after all righty speak you speak with Benny from wind filled me are you there Hey Joe all why yeah my man my main man it was a Saturday Night Live with the oldies how are you building I'm actually Joan yourself I'm doing I'm I'm doing okay you know would you let me know mutual is best used to but I I'm doing all right that's good I mean I don't have any stories as good as the jags you've been talking the previous not but that was one heck of a show all of Robert Urich shows were just super they all were yes and no wait a minute you have a story didn't get to see some one of the episodes filmed what you want yes that's what I'm a sense about what I was going to tell you yeah he yet the showed was blood money and one of my one of my brother's friends said that when he was in college he lives over in Brookline and they were using his house so we would kinda like pretty much free to roam believe it or not pretty much not like today you can even get near the set but we did manage to get in there I see I sh saw him reading the script and we just kind of gave him a little nod but Jack out of debt that was about it but you know just the fact of seeing him and you know being on the set and the special effects department was over on behind the arsenal in Watertown and we used to work over there every day at lunch I would go over to see what new vehicles they ruined and that I I used to love that Mustang and when I saw that thing go god that's it you know but you know he had an argument with that John Wilder who produce Spencer the first year because he wanted to sharper looking car like you drove on Vegas and John said no no no no you've got a you've got to stay with this one it was kind of beat up and it was kind of a green color right yes I recall yeah it isn't on the funny thing about it is exactly that I mean I think he had a good he he wanted the shop tablet from me he looked like he looked in that cat driving around and that was still him the accident rate yeah but other than that I don't I don't like is gonna doing okay she's doing very well in fact she's sleeping at the moment well I should be and me too yeah exactly but that but that your show Morgan no but you're saying that your job wait a minute yeah Hey Benny thanks for going on these great voice are you coming to Boston to promote their book at all I hope so I don't think so this fall but maybe in the spring we'll see how things go we definitely got to get back there was that's been sent from Iran and Bob living there for so long to absolutely yes and we're actually okay but some Italian food want to schedule allows you to come back here please let me know and I'll have you in in studio to to promote it all that big break more done yet definitely rate of down like you know looking forward to the book Joe and expanding ratio well let's talk to you soon thank you the eagles been me for a long way mark and Tyrone let me take my break and then I think he will give both of you on a to prime okay and my callers my listeners know fried Callum wanna do something I do the best I can to make it happen and I don't know if we'll get more than the two I've promised to be armed but if you wanna try six one seven two five four ten thirty eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty and now I will tell you the time and the temperature here in Boston two forty four and seventy five degrees the.
"harvey korman" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"To talk. It's Red Eye Radio. He is currently non Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye. So said yesterday when the news came out that legendary comedian, Tim Conway dine at age eighty five elephant had this little Dorf trainer and. Vallery scared on that. Full your too. This is going to hurt. To the most well-known sketches ever, from the Carol Burnett show, the elephants sketch that they all just broke up on. I mean it's just, you know, when you when you when you see the blooper on that one, it's great because profanity actually comes out of Carol. Burnett smile, which was such a in the blooper course that was shown. But I mean, the, the break-up was. And then the, the, the dentist, you, you think of great pairings together, you know, Martin and dean, and but I don't think that when you when you look at the Tim Conway, and Harvey Korman, they were greatness, greatness, many times is something that is completely, and totally unique nothing ever in the history of the world will ever be like those, too. Yeah. You know, I, I loved the fact that they were willing to be silly have those moments. A lot of TV producers don't actually don't like that. In fact, it's said that Lorne Michaels does not like the fact that the other cast members on the stage will start losing it. He wants them to stay with the script and perform it because they're doing it live. He wants them to stay with it. And, and hold it together. Again, that's been set by a number of people who have been on SNL over the years. But for me that willingness to be silly to get it to, to really kind of breakdown that joke through that laughter. Right then, and there is some of the greatest television ever. I mean it was Carson was willing to be silly for a guy who was, you know, totally square and button up and hip, but he could still do the silly sketches, and that same genre of comedy for.
"harvey korman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Welcome back, Ken brew for Scott Sloan on this glorious Thursday. William after the news at the top of the hour, then all hell breaks loose until three o'clock. You're on your own afternoon. I mean, I took you this, you're on your own. There's a new book out. It's called the art of making ice show us, the words stuff up and its author, our guess, right now, here at seven hundred wwl w on the cute hearing centers dot com hotline. He has nor level at co-founder of the acclaimed improv asylum in Boston, Massachusetts, norm. Good morning. How are you on this glorious Thursday? Good morning. Thank you for using the cleaned up version for radio in the title, because nobody wants the FCC barging through the door here in the next five or ten minutes. Certainly not me. I gotta get to the improv asylum. Is that like a comedy club in Boston? What is that? And in particular, it's an improvisational comedy club or theater. We have in Boston, New York. And what we do their standup comedy. We improv cau- describing it, you know, we come in, in my job. We're surrounded by two hundred people there drunk, and they're yelling stuff at us. That's happening through the studio. Take HR for us. That is our natural work environment. And, and, and we're providing we're working without a script. And, and we do that. We've been doing that for twenty years on stage. We've taken taken those same pennants and ideas. And we turned that into a book because we also work with companies all around the globe kind of teaching the art of improvisation and how we all can make stuff up better alive. Make stuff up. But it's also thinking on your feet. And I think that's a lot of big problem for a lot of people in my business. It might be called ad living. But the fact of the matter is you may get to a situation. That's totally out of your control. And in improv like you said nine times out of ten it's out of your control, and you've got to do something, make a speech. You've got to engage other people. And if you can't think on your feet and trust your own instincts, chances are you're gonna flop, and it'll be a lot of sweat, and it'll be really uncomfortable. So this in essence is not just about improv comedy. It's about helping people in everyday life. You're absolutely right. I mean realistically, the, you know, the book the ought to making it up. It's far more four people in everyday life. It's not. For people who want to do it on stage and you're right. We all have to think on her feet. You have to be able to listen and adapt Ford and it's a skill that we can all use, whether it be in your business life, and your personal life and your family life. It's a skill that we all need. Yeah. It's funny. There are a lot of people that I find are really good at engaging, one on one and absolutely terrified at engaging on twenty five to one one hundred to one. Why is it? What do you figure that? So I think it goes back to our instincts from years ago, where if you're in front of a group, you're probably getting burnt of the stake or. I think people get in their mind that it's different, right? If I. I have a connection. But if I speak to a group of fifty or one hundred thousand I'm being judged. And that's a lot of what we talked about in the art of making it up is short. These are the skills that actors we have to push through. And we realize we actually do exercises that Neko feel far more comfortable in front of a crowd. And we learned that it's almost the exact same thing talking to you or talking to your radio gas or talking to talking two thousand, well, you know, it's, it's it is a fear of failure. Right. So all going into that there's a negative. I'm nobody's going to listen to be nobody's gonna like me. I'm going to fail when you have to walk into a room of people and say, you know what? These people are going to fall in love with me. That's the first step is not comedian you learned that early on. Right. You learned that number one failure doesn't matter failures, not gonna kill you. And here's the other thing, right? Can people do not care about your think about you in any way, shape, or form that you think they do? Ourselves. Learn that as a performer, you're like, right. I'm not gonna go in this. They're not looking for you to fail. They don't really care. That's you and you learn the performer to get through that voice in your head. That's always tell you. I'm not good enough. I'm not funny enough. I'm not smart. Nobody wants to listen to me. These are things that we talk about the art of making it up. That's what you have to overcome, and we actually talk about exercises to do to help you overcome that I have an unfair advantage with this, because I've worked in television and radio business for forty five years, so you have to know your audience and know what they want and know what's expected. You just you can't walk into a room of mixed company. Start doing Andrew dice clay. It's not going, it's not going to work. You first of all, you have to understand who am I talking to him. I talking to a bunch of pharmacists, who haven't smiled in twenty years, or my talking to a bunch of people that are there for good time. And they just want to have some sort of way to let off steam. So the first thing other than saying, I'm not going to fail. Is who am I talking too, because if you don't know that anything that you do say or think is just going to it's going to bomb? And you know it's called a reading the room. Right. I'm always going to be funny. I'm going through upper back, depending on the group that I'm working with the group that's going to be very different than if I'm doing a midnight show called. Ranch. I can I can do either, but I'm still also trusting myself say, like I'm not a madman. I'm not gonna say something offensive. I'm just going to make sure that I'm reading the room. And, and I'm just jumping my message, a little bit to my audience, I grew up in an era. I'm a little bit older than you. I grew up in an era where you had the original Saturday Night, Live cast, and your head, second city TV, and you had all of these great comedy troops. There were scripted shows, but they would go off the rails a little bit. Tim Conway just died a couple of days ago. There might not have been a better improv comedian inch time. Watching show with my mom. So far. We remember that. And those were the things that inspired me to get into comedy was was watching Tim Conway, and Harvey Korman, just cracking. Seems like a good job. I learned to do that. Fortunate. I've been able to create him, probably in a couple of other multi million dollar companies at this point that I never expected all because I'm making stuff up. Yeah. Turn that into a book all the art of making art of making stuff will substitute that for the real word up norm level. I guess you can find that book everywhere, right? Amazon Amazon, improv asylum dot com. If you ask nicely I will drive the real all the way from Boston. Back after what happened to the seventy five Red Sox. I didn't think anybody would be welcomed here in Cincinnati. But great component. Who is the best improv comic that you've ever seen in your life, either someone we know or someone we don't know? And what made here her the best, I would say, somebody, you don't know is, somebody named TJ jagged out sqi, you would know him because he is on a commercial. He's a guy on a commercial, which one. The blood guy with the short cropped hair. Yeah. Exactly. But he's an amazing improviser and, and the reason that I think he is such an amazing is he's totally locked into scene partner. I. Attention to a scene partner. And so what he does that he doesn't think he only has to respond and thinking is very difficult responding that easier. So I think for me. He and then my own personal favorite historic. It'd be Robin Williams because there was somebody that really just let his imagination go, and was able to not judge himself. And that's a big part of what it is. We don't need to judge yourself, so harshly. And, you know, the thing that we talk about when I leave these workshops around the globe or in the book, the automaking making up all that kind of my favorites. You know, it's funny, I had a guest on the show, maybe month or two ago and the guests was someone who was who is very proficient public speaking, and he said, you know, in any ten minute conversation, there will be at least three things that you make up when you're talking to the other person. So it's probably inherent in ourselves that we make stuff up anyway. Right. It is it is. We do it all day long. We're not following a script it. We actually listen to each other respond all day long. We're making it up all day. The only difference is when we do it on stage. Directing it to something. We're trying to build a team within our company, we're or it's innovate or we're directing it somewhere. But we make it all. We'll make it up every day. That's what we do normal. I also see here where you created left Boston, a beautiful state of the art comedy club in the booming. Seaport district of Boston. Boston's always under construction when I go up there, but I'm gonna find this place when I'm up about two or three months, it's still there, right? We will have you. What would we even get you on our stage and we'll have you making stuff up with right? Because they'll be out the door and down the street to watch that. Trust me, norm. Thanks for your time today at seven hundred wwl. W good luck with the book the art of making stuff up. I think you know what stuff is on the book cover, but that's ok. We kept it clean and the norm. Good luck. And thanks for joining us here on seven hundred wwl w. There you go. I make stuff up. I mean, I'm not gonna lie to you. I make stuff up not necessarily because I li- I don't lie as someone once told me years ago, there's a difference between the lying and toying with the truth. But sometimes for the sake of conversation. Or for just to keep the ball, moving I might say something might not always, I might say something that's maybe not completely factually accurate, but is entertainment, and that's where you have to ask yourself where does fact an entertainment split. Some people say when they marry it's infotainment, but just, you know, sometimes that it just happens that way, and I can't remember the name of the author, I.
"harvey korman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Guy. When I was growing up the Disney movies. He was in the world's greatest athlete the apple dumpling gang. Then Carol Burnett. I could not watch Carol Burnett without just hysterical laughter. Whenever him in a Harvey Korman went together. Doing a skit the classic skit the dentists. I read that Harvey actually wet himself during that, Scott, she could not stop laughing. And and the thing about it was is that I it seemed like that they had a competition to see who can make the other one laugh during a skit, and Tim Conway, always want always. I mean, it was stuff. Like this. Are you? Regular doctor. I said for Dr Becker. Hey, Dr Bayer's Paul her. I'm not sure. Right. To do something to stop the pain fill the tooth or pull it. Oh, gosh, why sees fees? Yeah. The dental school in filling in pulling I only got CS kind of an average grade as in cleaning. No, he want me clean. It's not the pain. Norman, look great. What? That'll do it had in mind. As a few questions. I'd like to ask you to do. Offing? Gosh, it brings back so many memories. He was of course, starting to Carol Burnett show. I mentioned that Disney comedies who could forget Dorf his Dorf.
"harvey korman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"That's any artsy song anything three two nine eight one seven two hundred who requested that that was coming to us from the seven seven three. Okay. All right. So there you go, and that's well card Wednesday continue we're talking about Tim Conway. And then after the three thirty news we are going to jump into an article that was put out by vulture dot com. Call called one hundred central TV comedies and split them into different categories because we're talking about Tim Conway who was a a major cast member and a major contributor to the care of show, which is without question. One of the most essential TV comedies of all time, and it's split up into different categories. And we're going to go through some of the funny stuff. We're gonna talk really really funny stuff essential comedies that were on TV. So we're going to do that after we finish up talking about Tim Conway, and I hope to hear from you guys. If you want to share any of your Tim Conway moments or memories, three two nine eight one seven hundred three one two nine eight one seven two hundred talk and text. Okay. We got a little bit of the dentist. Bit. This is this is one of those classic bits that Harvey Korman barely survived getting through it. Without losing his mind. This is Harvey Korman goes to the dentist. The dentist is played by Tim Conway, and he's not a very good dentist and at one point the bit builds up where. He starts to inject himself with novacaine mistakenly different parts of his body. And Tim Conway was so so great and so adapted physical comedy that it it just goes on and and Harvey Korman just could not keep it together. And this was you know, as we talked about before when Tim Conway and Harvey Korman work together on the show. There was a lot of Harvey Korman just laughing just flat out breaking and laughing at the at the stuff that Tim Conway did this. Is one of those examples you won't be able to see it, obviously. But I highly recommend all this stuff is on YouTube, all if you want if you wanna go down, a wormhole and watch some of the funniest things you'll ever see you want and you want to look back at the great brilliance of Tim Conway and how well he worked with our requirement. Go to YouTube do yourself a favor and look at these things we're gonna play a little bit of the setup here. There's this from one of the most infamous sketches that went haywire for Corman at least. And this was the dentist from October. Dr. Well, I'll be twenty dollars. You haven't done anything yet. Fifteen. Doctor please listen to me. I have a terrible toothache. I am in terrible pain. I want you to do something to stop the pain either fill the tooth or pull it. Oh, gosh. Sees see dental school in filling in polling. I only got CS kind of an average grade as in cleaning clean for you. Will look great. To see to see. Oh, gosh. Cheated on my final. NBC sides. I had mononucleosis last semester. So I didn't get a chance to work on people. Like the other guys most my work was just done with animals. I don't I don't care about animal, please fix this tooth same. We're going on animals and people. Terrible pain. Yeah. Please. Well, give it a try..
Comedy Legend Tim Conway Dead at 85
"Time EMMY award winning actor, Tim Conway has died. He was widely known for playing alongside Harvey Korman in the Carol Burnett show planning to the three minutes. Okay. That would be flight. Don't tell me more recently. He played the aging superhero. Barnacle boy on Nickelodeon SpongeBob squarepants. You're
"harvey korman" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Ninety redeye so said yesterday when the news came out that legendary comedian Tim Conway dine at age eighty five elephant had this little Dorf trainer. Valerie's on that. Full your too. It's going to hurt. Two of the most well-known sketches ever from the Carol Burnett show. The elephants sketch that they all just broke up on. I mean, it's just you know, when you when you see the blooper on that one. It's great because profanity actually comes out of Carol Burnett smile, which was such a in. The course that was shown that the break-up was and then the dentist, you you think of great pairings together, you know, Martin and dean, and, but I don't think that when you when you look at the Tim Conway and Harvey Korman they were greatness. Greatness, many times is something that is completely totally unique nothing ever in the history of the world will ever be like those too. Yeah. You know, I. I love the fact that they were willing to be silly have those moments a lot of TV producers don't actually don't like that. In fact, it said that Lorne Michaels does not like the fact that the other cast members on the stage will start losing it. He wants them to stay with the script and perform it because they're doing it live. He wants them to stay with it. And and hold it together. Again, that's been said by a number of people who have been on SNL over the years. But for me that willingness to be silly to get it to to really kind of breakdown that joke through that laughter, right then. And there is some of the greatest television ever. I mean, it was Carson was willing to be silly for a guy who was you know, totally square and button up and hip, but he could still do the silly. Sketches and that same John Rowe comedy for.
"harvey korman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Turn that off for this. This is the scene where Tim Conway and the Carol Burnett show was a dentist. First time he'd ever practiced on anybody Harvey Korman was the patient, and Tim Conway has no idea what he's doing. You. Gotta watch it scenarious you to Google, Tim Conway dentist. It ends up where Tim Conway is the dentist sticks himself accidentally sticks himself with novacaine. And he's trying to. Work and Harvey korman's teeth and the dentist is all drugged up with novacaine. It is hilarious in Harvey Korman said later that he wedded his pants during that skit during that scene. He couldn't stop laughing. I've never seen this before. Tim Conway would add live during skits on the Carol Burnett show and. Vicki Lawrence Harvey Korman, Carol Burnett, the whole rest of the cast. Couldn't speak. They were laughing so hard. I've never seen a comedian make his cast mates lose it as often as Tim Conway did on the Carol Burnett show. Let me just try it again just against because it's my show. You gotta you to I've spent a good chunk of my day, googling in YouTube being old, Tim Conway videos. I've been laughing all day. Gimme the gimme. The Tim Conway oldest firemen clip..
"harvey korman" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Around his family. The next day. You talked with your neighbors about the show in this case. Did you see Tim Conway and Harvey Korman last night? Did you see that Manny had them laughing? Tim Conway is name was. Thomas daniel. Or Tim Conway? Actor writer director. He portrayed the incident. Parker in the nineteen sixties World War Two situation. Comedy comedy Mikhail's navy? Carol Burnett show, of course, co star with Don Knotts in the few movies in the seventies and eighties like the apple dumping dumpling gang. Apple dumpling, gang rights, again think those two together right there. To the great brilliant comedians. Not so much just what they said. But what they did the look on their face their expressions on their face when you watched on nuts. It was so much about Don Knotts express with the karate chops and just the big bulging eyes. It was Tim Conway's way of being sort of submissive and sort of cut a clumsy and. Together. I remember the kid we go to the drive in movies. My parents take us the drive in movies would see the dumpling gang. And they were so good together. And they were such innocent movies. And it was hard to figure out who do you look at the time. You look at Don Knotts, or do you look at Tim Koller because they're both so funny whether expressions you to Joe Michaels, I'm doing well back a memory from my childhood, which which part just apple dumpling apple dumpling drive in who went to the the local mall's theater local mall. It's no longer exists. But it was one of those family holidays.
"harvey korman" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Anything anybody has to say about this show. There's real sisterhood of support at this table. I yes. Yes. And we all support each other and first and foremost, the support I have love from this show in particular. Thank you all for real. Oh my God. Please. Yeah. I'm with this guy. She said for real just blasted sincerity. Yeah. In particular. Thank you all for real for real. Yeah. That's that's face. Really means is crazy for real. And by the way, I I didn't get a I was on vacation. I try to shut down when I'm out of town. I like to follow news and make myself. I'll crazy I haven't really been following the Donald Trump John McCain thing is closely as maybe bellio is or something. But I think you you gotta be comfortable with if your dad's in the public eye. What people think about him? I think you know, every time that somebody blasts away at your dad like John McCain who is a public figure. I think you've gotta take that. Because that's part of the game. You know, you're going to you know, your your dad's a partisan Republican? So half the country hates him half the country loves him. And when the president says is not a big fan of his I don't know why that makes people so crazy I understand that Meghan McCain is going through still through sadness and the loss of her dad. I get that. But man, I think it's still way overblown. I mean, you know, if somebody like, let's say somebody calls or emails the show, right and says, hey, I think the the dentist sketches, the least funniest thing I've ever seen in my life. Right. I with your dad and Harvey Korman and say, okay. That's that guys opinion. I wouldn't I wouldn't write letters and get on the internet Zahle guy that this guy. You know, here's the thing. You don't have a show through which you can express your opinion. The way Meghan McCain. Does appreciate that. Matt. Thanks, buddy. Burundi's from me, man. Would you gotta do you? Gotta get yourself a show. That's right. But I just think it's it's it's really overblown. I think a lot of it is because it's what been seven eight months since he passed away, and he's not here to defend himself. Right. That's what I get that. But it's the whole thing of. So what Donald Trump doesn't like your dad's? So what who cares? So what I mean if you had obviously making had a great relationship with them. And it's being threatened by some guy who doesn't like him at that point, just go. Okay. So you don't like him move on press on who cares? A man it's been, you know, all over the place of how dare you day..
"harvey korman" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Erin. Six forty eight is the Conway show, Mark Thompson's here. Glenn Walker is sitting in with us this evening. Because he's he's he's not doesn't have to work tonight. And his wife's out of town. If I didn't work tonight at my wife wasn't was out of town. I wouldn't be at a radio station being a casino somewhere. You know? You don't have that bug that we have deer. You're gambling. Oh, really? Yeah. Did you gamble at all? I would cable sometimes on sports. I remember remember when the last time UCLA with the national championship in basketball, right? No, this was in eighty nine prime ticket. So all was here that Jim Herrick was a coach with the national championship. So I'm in Vegas the weekend of the final four, and I bet on UCLA to win the semi-final and they won. And I rolled it over on a bed on the Yukon women's team. Okay. And they got the point spread was like a point and a half. And it went by two. Oh, wow. So I wasn't that bad. What kind of better we talking twenty five dollars? No, no, no. I I think I made about it. I think I made a couple of grand. Oh, that's cool. But I didn't have that's impressive. But I didn't have the guts to roll it over on UCLA to win the national championship. And I wish you would of. Yeah. That would have been I probably would've got ten grand out of the deal. You go to UCLA's Lamont force. Stay. Oh. Okay. Well, then I I love the fact though that you made a couple of grand. I mean, you you you exposed yourself to that kind of money. Yeah. That's great. Never been anything on the ponies like you. Oh, yeah. Exactly. Like me. I've never made anything on the ponies as well as the radio show, the handicapper Mike Willman does one and Ted zigging Bush does another one this guy actually owns horses to he lives over in Westwood. I don't know. I I very rarely listen to those guys because those guys they're all full of crap. Like, I am well when my son Evan comes home in Nashville. He goes with this guy's son to the track allies back, right? What a cash a real. And I'm like, what are you? Tell me you're going. I would have given you some money one of the best one of the best handicappers in the game. And as they say at the race track. The only. Two types of people that lose at Santa Anita are handicappers and people that don't know what they're doing. So if you can't put two and two together, that's everybody. But Ted zigging boy who works upstairs at one zero three point five coast one zero three point five he's a great handicapper, and I get his, you know, his little E mail every Thursday, Friday Saturday and Sunday and any any picks winners, man. He's good. He's very good. And he's been doing it for a long time. And but he doesn't he doesn't wager a lot of money on it. I mean, he puts it out there. And he and I said man, you got six winter's day Jamaica anything because I didn't go out today. Said why why are you doing this? Then he says, well, I do it for everybody else. He's like one of those guys like helps everybody else pay him. They don't pay. Yeah. About loves doing it. And I thought I could get into that that that type of this is the this is what happens at the racetrack. And these guys Amanda called Kim. They used to call them one offs. Now, not real birds these one offs, and then they used to call them. Wow. I they call. I e every place, but what what we'll do is like a guy out there. Let's say Johnny he'd walk around the track, and he'd know thirty people out there. Right. And he come to you and say, Glenn, Johnny. Hey, Johnny a nice to see how the kids but obey. What do you got for me? He goes race three one horse unlock a one horse lock. All right, man. He takes off. Right. And he sees Mark two minutes later because what he got three race three raised number twos. Lock. Right. So he knows he goes to ten friends, and he gives you all different horses. And then he goes back, and he finds the one that he gave the right horse do and says, hey, partner, right? And you give them a hundred bucks shares. You won a couple of granddaughters taste. Yeah. And then once you're onto those guys though, they seem to split in the race. They get their asses kicked. And then they're they're done. But there's a lot of creative ways that people are making cash out there. All right. Let's get into the Super Bowl is happening on Sunday. This is so great somebody. I can't remember who the hell this was oh, this is what it was is my buddy of mine. Frankie Ren, Julie. I was talking to him on the way back from Oregon. I was driving over the weekend. And I sent him. I said, hey, you wanna come over for for the Super Bowl? And he says what is it? Said well, he didn't know I said, I don't know. I turn on the internet. It's got to be there somewhere. I'll find out in a call you back as it come on, man. How out of it are you because I know I know it's Sunday you idiot. But, but that's a that's a great comment. You know? But that's his comment. That's great. That's the way he is. You know, when you say don't like a we're having people are for Christmas. You wanna come over? He goes when is that? Know I got invited by Frank Buckley to Super Bowl. Here's the morning anchor on channel this year in Moscow. How do you know him a we're we're pals because I'm part of this group of guys we all go out to dinner all the time. It's the super medium medium a couple of movie moguls, and well, it's really a has. He asked you to be on the Frank podcast. Frank. No. He does. He'll when he gets a decent guest. Like, you just did this today. Richard Lewis on I guess, he'll send me a picture of it. And I go. Yeah. Richard Lewis is you know on the bud gassed come on. Because he was here. She came to the said, hey, why coming right after him? Right. Sure. So he goes it you see Richard Lewis in the makeup room ago. Glenn Glenn Walker. He's whether it's I'm Richard Lewis is the only comic that we've ever had on that walked off the show, you know, because he's a germ freak, right? As a real hypochondriac germ freak with Perot and all that stuff, and we were interviewing over at ninety seven point one FM talk station. And in the middle of the interviews like five minutes into it. Right. And I don't my puts his headphones down. Right out the door. Wow. I don't know. How you get guests. Well, I don't know how you get guests. So cut food fifteen years later last year, I saw them at arts Delhi, and I go. Hey, Richard, Tim Conway from KFI goes. Yeah. I've been meaning to call you, man. I said, hey, I haven't we haven't talked since you walked off the show. He goes what show I said you were on with us and you walked off because what I didn't do that. I would never do that anybody, and he doesn't remember doing it? And I'm so I stopped. Exactly. Yeah. Somebody else must have been somebody else. But we play that tape forever. Because it was so great. You could hear it in the background. And then is headphones down. I don't know how you could guess man. And he was gone. He was just picked up his hat and his jacket, and he's but he's one of the funniest guys in the world. He was at my he was at Harvey korman's. I guess Harvey Korman and him were pretty good friends. Yeah. And he was at Harvey Korman service when Harvey Korman passed away, and I remember VIN scully's spoke at at that service and VIN Scully said and VIN Scully said he didn't coin this phrase. He got it from somebody else. Remember who he said it was, but he said making people cry is easy making people angry is easy. But making people laugh is nearly impossible. And this guy did it for sixty years. Talking about Harvey Korman is a really beautiful comment on on on this man's life. But anyway, so Richard Lewis, we gotta we should try to get him in bellio, right? He'll come on with this phone number. He wanted should we call him. Well, of course. All right. Let's call Richard Lewis. But I didn't know you were friends with Frank Buckley, dude, you're on you're on fire, dude. Are you serious? He's not a big deal, man. He's just a morning. Are you kidding? Hey, he's a big deal. No. I mean, he's a delightful guys, a friend of mine, I love him. But he's not a you're talking about like you like you smell a degenerate gambler is not not the guy. Russell crowe. That's what happens thought Russell Crowe. And I said, no, I think I think neither should be. That was a reference I need a Chris Chris Pratt. Thank you. Go ahead. Is not a movie star Bill. Cosby? He's lovely. And he's funny. And he's smart, and he's all these things. But he does need only a lot. He does. Yeah. Needles me a lot about what is oh about everything. I mean, you know, of course, I'm vegan. So that's a big me. So he invited me to as a Super Bowl thing on Sunday. And. Can you go plus one here's the here's the thing. He says we're going to have. All you'll have you know, a bar, and we have charcuterie. Ooh. What does that exactly what Super Bowl party uses the word charcuterie? Is that is that that's a it's a platter with like cheeses. And my God, I said I. And meets Frank. I want to go where they Joe we've got square setup. We're by betting on. That's where I am. Right. I'm not there. A shock you to re. All right. That's not a Super Bowl party, by the way. Did you know that the squares game is illegal like if the cops came in they could arrest everybody. Always that. Right. Yeah. It's an illegal gambling former gambling. I didn't know that. No one knows all of that stuff. It's it's illegal gambling because it's organized and also the government doesn't get a taste. So they, you know, oh, I want your I wanna be clear. It's really a great group. And I'm sure it'll be a fun Sunday. But it was just funny. Where does he live without giving us the street address? He had a certain sophistication about his valley. Yep. The San Fernando Valley. Yeah. Doesn't don't most KTLA folk live in the San Fernando Valley? You do I do and and there's some of the south bay West Hollywood. Right. Like, I like the valley vibe of the people I could pick out the valley people on KTLA in a heartbeat. I can pick out those west side a real table. Hey. Sorry, sorry about the west side is at traffic is just awful, look Mark sits through occasionally, we'll sit through two or three cycles of of a streetlight on salsa pecan. It's common. It takes me. It can take up to two hours to get here. And then somebody gets in the middle lane and holds as I am. I am the west side. Five Westside parade. Grand marshal. That is so classic where two minutes ago. I said I can identify Westside holes markets piston to goes. Hey, wait. I am listening to the west side have to own it. Right. We're live on KFI. 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"harvey korman" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"Disaster there. Any language barriers here? Like fuck, no, you gotta fuck an ass. Oh my God. I am such a huge fan. This is really. Wow system is my him, ROY, just bursts it happened. Give me a moment to seen from your show. Totally is. Okay. I don't even know where to start. So I've been watching, you know, just mad TV best man, TV, bloopers, parks, recreation. And I was saying you and I have a common hero, Carol Burnett who's coming in a couple of weeks that you make me laugh like that. Like you. I was like, oh my God, some of the scenes, Michael, McDonald's, our beloved, who's done the happy hour. You guys together. Are you really are you're like the Harvey Korman carbonate kind of magic or the their chemistry on the show. Absolutely. Yeah, you hang up there? Yeah, my dog is disembowelling your friend that you brought don't look over there q., that's, you know, it's weird because you're such a cloudy and being seen from Arab learn the scene from airplane is happening right behind you. Dogs disembowelling your friend. I apologize. Anyway, but I know in you're, you sort of famous for that too. Like having that Harvey Korman thing where you could you had to hold back laughter. Oh yeah. And that was legit to was not. It wasn't faked. I didn't want to crack up to. Right. I didn't want that because he is a little, Tim Conway, Mike, we all were, do you know what I mean? We all were, but I'm just unfortunately highly unprofessional. Yes. And susceptible to the evils of those. Like Michael McDonald, who made my say something, though I'm a gay woman, you're a straight woman. You're fucking hot, and here's what I noticed. So this is why you disappeared into your characters because Lorraine and Stuart small, she's hot, not so hot. In some countries Laura's hot. But when you played like Shaquir whereas like was hot. Oh, she's hot. Yeah, yeah. Boy, I didn't. I didn't know even had hot anywhere in me or on me until I did not TV. That is true. I didn't. I was watching the show and like, wow, I'm hot girl show. I'm hot girl sometimes. That's. That's awesome. Okay. I've so many questions. I'm just going to geek out the whole time on care. So the Lorraine. Where did that? She's gonna soda and she is. She's really nelga mation of of Minnesota women, you know the the, the cough always like winter. No, it's not. It's just in Minnesota. There's weird small talk. And so it's almost like her Ulysses to let the other person know that I'm still engaging you in conversation. I'm not, you know. Just to kind of keep it going. I don't know if it was like lactose intolerant of flow. No. Okay. No, you just it's it's their way of still staying in a conversation and proving that they're alive. Yeah. So I'm sure many people share my feeling that the scene at the buffet with McDonald almost made me what myself. So you've got trap like under the sneeze guard and he did the into the sneeze guard? Yeah. So it was that how much was improv and how much was we'll things like this needs guard were definitely written into the script, but ever re single time, Michael, and I did a scene together you your, we would do those script as it was the first pass through, and then we pretty much took the gloves off and it was Michael and mow out there all at war this keep the cameras on, and then good luck to the editors. You got to take this fifteen minutes sketch now and turn it into three c. We were saying what we have us the other day that Trump administration makes us all feel like Stewart rolling. Return. We turn on the TV. No, I love how political you are you. We re tweet all the same people. I don't even know that I'm political. I'm strongly forcefully human. Really, you're anti what? Baby jails, racism. Yeah, I'm anti traders. Anti-nazis humankind mess. But I don't actually like, wow, tickets. Downball. Yeah, I don't think I'm political. I'm literally just talking about things that are right or wrong and what's best for humanity. And if one half the conning, what a fucking hippie Jesus. You didn't tell me. I would look if it happens to be that the mother fucking GOP is the ones that's doing everything buck and wrong complicit mother fuckers. Wow. I'm gonna follow all filthy. Really..
"harvey korman" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr
"We were accepted and brought into the home and what was really strange we went that night the night buddy hackett died i was driving to in the we'll get back to how i got us in l and we've got to somehow steer this thing into a conclusion but i do want to let you guys know listening this is so much fun and i hope you're having as much fun listening to it and i can speak for cohen and for cats and myself we're just sitting here in the fake mustache studios on the west side and we're having a this is fun i don't know why do this for years ago when kevin smith gave me the speech of the why should you applaud cast he said it's like when you're twenty trying to explain to your friends why are they should smoke pot and they keep telling you like yeah but i don't want to get involved and you like no you don't understand we're going to see the black crowes he got us smoke pot and see the black crowes they're going to do my morning song and say kiss me on easter sunday and it's gonna be crazy and it's going to be amazing and then they're going to go out on a limb and then they're gonna come all the way back and crash back into my morning song and we'll be so high we fucking forgot that they were even playing my morning song because they majemi and then we're high going oh my god it's still at fucking so he said that's how i feel about podcasts so i would like to say that that kevin smith was right now do you mind if i ask you some questions but you really quick buddy hackett i went to his house it's me you and jeff ross and his lovely wife sherry now when we sat shiva the jews have everybody come to the house and the you sit shiva for how long it's normally two nights that you do are those longer than that well some people do it for the whole week two nights that our show everyone that hack it new buddy epson bob newhart harvey korman you thought i was going to say i tell it's very shit that buddy hackett.
"harvey korman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"And i have such respect for mitch are what created the show because he fit the last season he fit it to the netflix model because it was the first time they were releasing all episodes at once wrecked so he did it like this big puzzle where you could kind of watch it all at once and kind of fit it all together and it was very brave and unique and this time he kinda got back to the old format yeah i know that you he also edited the previous season together yeah yeah like it was back in the day on fox where you would just all be mashed up together in one episode and it's also i get very excited to come back to 'cause i genuinely never know what he's going to come up with it get so it's you have i you know you see something you kind of have an idea of where it's going to go you like this man it just takes so many crazy turns i have no idea who's easiest to crack up a me really break the most you break the most i think i've always broke britain's most on veep break the most on the rest of development it's very unprofessional julia one said to me on veep she said tony you know you're not watching the show you're in the show it's a really funny show that i'm enjoying actually had to say that and i will say this i think more shows should show bloopers because when i was a kid i would watch the carol burnett show and i left the hardest when hardouin tim conway made harvey korman crackup that's what made me laugh the hardest and nowadays you never see that so i watch blooper reels over and over and over on youtube well the the the more cowbell sketch that live so funny but when they're all beginning to cry jimmy fallon craxi yeah.
"harvey korman" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Yeah 'cause the extension of the man cave it's it's a man cavern it's it's really great space though and so yeah that that's probably all it is it's not i mean i think in general everything is very well balanced and you know i i work with good people and so i i know what my strengths are but i think it's i think that's just so you need a frank lloyd wright designed podcast studio yeah exactly exactly something that feels cold but historically yeah yes sanity is is difficult it's it's that's why i love making this documentary because gary left behind thirty years of journals so the journal start in nineteen seventy seven right when he's quitting welcome back kotter as a writer actually it was cleaning job working on the harvey korman show oh wow and they're getting excited when he was so funny he was great i'd so you gary had just been in this car accident where he's writing like near the beverley hills hotel it's raining he hits the brakes hits the car in front of them at a stop sign he gets out to look at the damage a car skids and hits his car from behind and crushes him between the two cars while he's looking at the damage and so he goes to the hospital he's brought in to have his gallbladder removed he was very proud that he made a joke as he was being brought into this life saving surgery and his joke was that he looked up to the doctor and said just a little off the back.